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The Wesleyan Forum for International Development  Saturday, February 18, 2012    9:30 am – 5 pm Check-in table at 41 Wyllys. Attendance is free. No registration is required. Come and go as you please. Free breakfast, Iguanas Ranas lunch and book for those who arrive by 10 am.   Come engage in a dialogue about what works and what doesn’t […]

Please join us TODAY at 4:15 in CAAS’s Vanguard Lounge for the fourth speaker in the First Book Series. Historian Khalil Gibran Muhammad, Director, Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, New York Public Library will discuss The Condemnation of Blackness: Race, Crime, and the Making of Modern Urban America (Harvard University Press 2010).  Prior […]


Where on Earth are We Going? Saturday, November 5, 2011 Two Presentations: 9 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. Exley Science Center, Tishler Lecture Hall 150 The Energy Puzzle Will Not Be Tweetable: the energy puzzle in more than 140 characters   Lisa Margonelli directs the Energy Policy Intiative at the New America Foundation, a nonpartisan think tank […]

The Wesleyan International Relations Association (WIRA) would like to announce its plans for its prospective inaugural International Relations conference. WIRA plans to hosts International Relations Conferences annually, focused on a different region of the world each year, to give Wesleyan students, faculty, administration and community a chance to hear from specialists on the specific region. […]

Wesleyan Students In Celebration of the Life of Dr. Martin Luther King, you are invited to a lecture  “Education Reform and Youth Empowerment”  by Harlem Children’s Zone Founder  Geoffrey Canada Friday, January 21, 2011    4:00 p.m. Memorial Chapel, Wesleyan University Sponsored by the Wesleyan Student Assembly, Academic Affairs, The Center for African American Studies, The […]

The Next American Judaism — 12/6

On Monday, December 6 at 8 p.m. in 108 Usdan,  J.J. Goldberg, the Jewish Forward’s senior columnist, will be speaking on “The Next American Judaism: Israel, Intermarriage and the Seinfeld Effect.” The lecture is sponsored by Jewish and Israel Studies and the History Department.   All members of the Wesleyan community are invited.

Women in Islam — 12/3

 This talk is the last of three from the Native American Studies Lecture Series, and is sponsored by the Albritton Center for the Study of Public Life and the American Studies Program.

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